i know it's weird sorry

drew something for a school project
can you tell my laziness;; I can’t draw males to save my life haha;;

Sorry?
  • Harry: Did you eat the last biscuit?
  • Draco: What do you mean?
  • Harry: I mean there's an empty box of biscuits in the cupboard. Why would you put the box back when it's empty? That's just mean!
  • Draco: We both know it's a cruel world.
  • Harry: Ugh, Draco! You know these are my favourite!
  • Draco: Is it too late now to say I'm kinda sorry?
  • Harry:
  • Harry: Are you quoting Justin Bieber to me? Incorrectly?
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I didn’t want you to find me. 

↳ happy birthday @mai-valentine

Heroes

I was sad, and when I’m sad I write sad things. This is basically a non-canon version of the ending of the House of Hades. (Word count: 971 words.)


Percy thinks that deep down, a part of him always knew it was going to end this way. 

For as the world crashes down around him, as fire reigns, as monsters howl yet all Percy can hear is the blood rushing through his body, as he looks at Annabeth, he wonders how could it ever have gone any different? 

They were heroes. And heroes, especially the Greek ones, never got a happy ending. 


It started when Bob fell. They were going strong, and despite the odds hope glimmered in Percy, but then Tartarus arrived. And Percy had known Bob hadn’t stood a chance. 

The look on Annabeth’s face when Damasen had arrived had been enough to make Percy’s heart soar, and believe for a second they still had a hope. But then the monsters had overcome him too, Tartarus’ shadows beating him down. Damasen still struggled a short distance away from them. He thrashed many monsters into dust, and kept them away from Percy and Annabeth. 

Annabeth turns to face him. “Percy,” she croaks. Her face is grimy, wounds feasting on her skin, but her grey eyes remain as unbroken as ever. To Percy, she is more beautiful than ever, and he is overcome by emotion. He wants to grab her, and kiss her, and tell her he loves her over and over again. He wants to take her into his arms and protect her and shield her. More than anything he wants to live with her, grow old with her, have kids with her. He wants to do all the things with her they deserved to do. 

Somehow, despite not a word reaching his lips, Annabeth’s face perceptibly changes. Percy thinks she’s understood what he was thinking. 

“Percy,” she says, quieter now. They’ve both forgotten the monsters: Small Bob is prowling around them, the last of them that remains strong, protecting them from any incoming beasts. “We need to get the doors. We need to do that–for them–” Annabeth breaks off. She doesn’t need to finish. 

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“And why did you play this game?”

“Board games are played when you get bored.”

“Not this one!!!”

Dazai and Atsushi (Bungou Stray Dogs) cheebs I drew a week or two back because I haven’t drawn a lot lately :‘3c

Semi hiatus

Um, my exams started yesterday (13/03) and we are also doing essays and some teachers are giving us some works so it’s getting hard to have time to be here and post things. That’s why I want to “"take a break”“, I won’t be online as much as before and I won’t be posting as much as before. My exams will be over next month (12/04) and then I’ll be back! I’ll have my queue on (24 posts per day, 1 post per hour). Having all those school things and tumblr to take care of was making me really stressed! So I hope you all can understand and won’t unfollow me T^T I’ll be online on the weekends and when I get time.

Thank you for reading ╰(´︶`)╯♡

on some thursday
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anonymous asked:

random question but do you have a FAVORITE gay-themed movie? and can you recommend some good ones? sorry i know it's a weird question

oh darling i’m a complete film geek so it’s not a weird question at all  :)

if i had to pick one favourite then it would definitely be Weekend. it’s so brutally honest, both in the way it’s shot and in it’s directing and acting. and also, when i was watching it for the first time (with headphones on) i had to hold a pillow in front of my face because i felt like i was watching two people through a key hole and i felt like i was intruding on their private life. if a film makes you feel like that then you know it’s good.

as for the recommendation bit i have to say that there are a lot of absolutely terrible LGBTQ films out there, full of clichés and “for-effect” plots. but here are some “gay themed” films that i would actually recommend watching:

and yes, i’ve intentionally picked films that involves younger people, since i think that speaks to tumblr more. and i would urge you not to be discouraged by the fact that ½ of these are not in english. i can tell you that if you’ve chosen not to watch films in the past just because they’re not in english then you’ve missed out on a glorious slice of life, trust me.

Old sketch of Eddie McNodick and Daddy Park

From the fic ‘To Be Well’

anonymous asked:

Hi! I'm in high school right now, but I really want to be a psychologist or counselor or something and work with kids, and I was wondering if you had any advice for helping kids who don't like their body and how I could let them know they're perfect? Sorry if this seems weird it's really late and I've just stalked your blog for an hour. Thanks!

Hi anon!

Well, a large part of this depends on your psychological orientation.

Different psychologists have different orientations, which are basically like different approaches to doing psychology. What orientation you are will determine how you help your clients, and will lead you to take certain paths to exploring their problems that other psychologists might not take.

For example, a cognitive behavioral therapist will focus on changing thought patterns and behavior. So, you might work with your client to counteract negative thoughts they have about their body or ask them to change certain behaviors that cause them negative feelings about their bodies and replace them with new behaviors, like standing in front of a mirror and complimenting themselves. The goal would be to teach them to think in a way where they see themselves as attractive and worthwhile and don’t let other people’s negative opinions cloud their judgment of themselves.

Psychotherapy, on the other hand, is more about just talking about their problems. Clients would simply vent to you about how they feel, and you would educate them about the issue they’re having and have them set goals for themselves. Your focus might not be specifically about changing thoughts and behavior; it would likely be broader. But it would be similar to CBT except more talking based. 

If you’d like an extensive list of types of therapy and psychological orientations, go here

Your orientation will likely depend on your education as a psychologist; for most people, if their professors leaned towards a certain kind of therapy, that’s how they’ll lean too. Most of my professors have been cognitive behavioralists. So I’ve been taught a lot that focusing on thoughts and behavior is the most important thing. However, I personally am not sure I agree with that. I still have some thinking to do. Hopefully, when I get to graduate school, I’ll have a better idea.

Right now, I’m interested in learning more about feminist therapy and systems therapy, because both of these types of therapy focus not only on the individual but at the different levels of society in which a person might interact. Systems therapy would allow me to talk to a client about themselves, their home life, their life in school and work, and discuss the different institutions in which they are a part. Feminist therapy would allow me to discuss the ways they’ve been marginalized by society and how that affects their mental health. Both of these are of interest to me as a feminist and a sociology nerd. I’ve always been of the opinion that one can’t just look at the individual, because internal processes aren’t the only things that shape people. I’ve had professors who downplay the importance of society on shaping people, but as someone studying sociology and women and gender studies as well as psychology, I feel society’s influence matters.

For me personally, I had a lot of reasons I could have developed depression. Poor hormone regulation due to a thyroid problem, the fact it runs in my family, etc. But the thing that pushed me over the edge and helped all those factors matter? Bullying. And why was I bullied? Fatphobia. In a society where fatphobia wasn’t an issue, that bullying wouldn’t have occurred, and despite the fact I had genetic factors that could lead to depression, I might not have developed it. So to me, society matters. It influences people’s behaviors and thoughts. So I don’t want to ignore it in my therapy. My clients deserve to know that marginalization isn’t their fault. Because I sure as hell didn’t know that when I was struggling. 

So, your orientation as a psychologist will do a lot to determine how you go about helping your clients feel beautiful and worthwhile. Knowing what your orientation will be will probably be a huge step into knowing how you can help your clients, and you might not know that until graduate school. 

My advice to you would be to study different approaches to psychology as much as you can, to learn how each approach would allow you to address this issue and what advice other psychologists give to their clients about loving their bodies. I also think it’s worth asking, “What message do I want to give my client?” Do you want to tell them they’re beautiful as they are? Or do you want to tell them that beauty doesn’t matter? Do you want to tell them that not everyone can see their beauty, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t beautiful? Or do you want to tell them that whether or not they are beautiful, they have value and being beautiful isn’t everything? Do you want to tell them all of that? Maybe something else? 

I’d give these questions some thought.

I hope you find this helpful, and if not, feel free to come talk to us some more and ask us more questions!

-Mod Bella 

anonymous asked:

hi i saw your workout post um what workout would u reccomend to get a kpop idols body such as nana sooyoung goo hara hyorin hyuna etc i know i cant get there exact bodys but what would u reccomend lol a body like good waist thin but toned legs etc like a skinny toned body i know its kind of a weird question lol and sorry if my english is bad im from brazil ps love your blog you just scored a new follower

I’ve answered popular kpop diets here and you could see a general trend of idols eating similar foods that you could incorporate and adjust to your meals!

And I found some workout and diet advice from female idols on youtube:

Some are more helpful than others, but they all give good motivation. And the ones without subtitles, you could get a general understanding and see the food and workouts. Good luck :-)